Moffat County senior wrestler Jesse DeMoor won three matches Saturday at the state wrestling touranment.
Soroco girls basketball closed out its regular season with a 24-point win against league rival Hayden on Friday night.
The Bulldogs went 1-1 in their Friday evening games in New Castle.
Hayden boys basketball stunned Soroco Friday night, knocking off its county rival with just five players in uniform, 39-37.
The Bulldogs picked up wins Friday but had five wrestlers' state tournaments end in Denver Friday.
It wasn't the result they wanted, but Craig Daily Press sports writer was impressed with Moffat County's wrestlers anyway.
The Bulldogs had six wrestlers take the mat Thursday, but only one got a win and moved into the quarterfinals.
Bulldogs both could finish second in the Western Slope League with wins
The boys and girls teams are unlikely to win their leagues in the regular season but can set themselves up nicely for the playoffs with wins this weekend.
The Bulldogs girls team picked up a win against Gunnison while the boys lost in difficult fashion.
For years, Hayden High School boys basketball was dominant. This season isn't one of those times, but the Tigers' three seniors are still enjoying their final ride together.
No Moffat County competitor at state will be favored to win, but each of the Bulldogs are looking to be among the state's best when the tournament begins Thursday.
Hayden High School is sending four wrestlers to this weekend's state tournament in Denver, the most of any Routt County school.
Moffat County wrestling had two seniors and four sophomores qualify Saturday for the 3A state tournament, including Brayden Peterson, who won Region 1 at 138 pounds.
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